Author: Museum Studies Program

Endangered Heritage conference, Feb 16-17

War, climate change, globalization, and economic development pose significant threats to the world’s natural and cultural heritage. Societies around the world share many of the same concerns, even as specific regions, countries, and communities face unique challenges. The symposium seeks to establish a dialogue...

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to…  Neha Paliwal (MSP09) continues her association with Sahapedia, an open online encyclopaedic resource on the arts, cultures and histories of India, and broadly, South Asia.

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Do you love museums? Are you interested in learning about museums from a perspective that integrates theory with practice? Would you like to work in a museum one day? Do you study museums or similar institutions, heritage, or related topics as part of your...

The Image Reframed: Visions of Instability

The Museum Studies Program is proud to co-sponsor the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures 21st Charles F. Fraker conference. The two-day conference, The Image Reframed: Visions of Instability, will run from Friday, February 10 to Saturday, February 11. The conference will take place in the Michigan...

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to…  Reed Esslinger (MSP10) has worked with the Museum of Performance + Design (MP+D) in the development of the guided tour of their archive. Through her practicum experience at MP+D, Reed and the Director of MP+D co-wrote a paper, which was presented at...